Six Flags announces Holiday in the Park drive-thru experience

Holiday event set to debut at 6 p.m. Monday

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SAN ANTONIO – If you’re looking for a safe event to view holiday lights, then Six Flags Fiesta Texas may be a place for you and your family to visit.

Enjoy a drive through the park’s 200-acre park and view millions of lights in a contactless experience.

The company announced Wednesday that guests can enjoy the event that the whole family can enjoy in addition to its Holiday in The Park festivities.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas President Jeffery Siebert, said the event allows families to enjoy holiday sights and sounds from the comfort and safety of their own cars.

“We are delighted to create another way for guests to safely enjoy the holidays with this unprecedented and magical event,” Siebert said. “We have successfully transformed the traditional operation of our beloved Holiday in the Park into an additional new drive-through experience that is sure to delight guests and team members alike.”

For the first time ever, the park will showcase a drive-through holiday spectacular featuring millions of dazzling lights, festive holiday themes and seasonal music favorites in an innovative, one-of-a-kind nighttime event, Siebert said.

The Holiday in the Park Drive-Thru Experience will take place on 10 select weekday evenings from Nov. 30 though Dec. 17, in addition to the Holiday in the Park operation schedule.

The event is set to debut at 6 p.m. on Nov. 30; however, the park will be implementing a required reservation system to manage capacity limits each night. Guests are encouraged to book their reservations in advance.

For more information on Six Flags Fiesta Texas’ Holiday in the Park Drive-Thru, visit the Events page by clicking here.

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Jakob Rodriguez is a digital journalist at KSAT 12. He's a graduate of Texas State University, where he served as the editor-in-chief of the student-run newspaper, The University Star.